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Old May 14, 2017   #16
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Once, at transplant to either last container or into garden in ground. I do use varied fert.s depending on what my plants need, sometimes MG or Peters, General Hydroponics, manures, fish stuff...

I am lazy, so try to figure out the best and easiest way to achieve what I need to get done, with my limitations.
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Old May 16, 2017   #17
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Mycogrow Soluble is absolutely effective, and cheap. I water it in when transplanting, but you can dip the root ball as well.

You can easily do a side-by-side and see the difference in a few weeks.
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Old May 18, 2017   #18
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I use Azo's. It is made of a organism that infects the root and encourages growth.
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